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[texts]2014 06 10 Letter DGR to Reg Senior Jus McNamara Scan - Denis Rancourt
This June 10, 2014, letter was sent to Regional senior Justice James E. McNamara by the defendant Dr. Denis Rancourt in the St. Lewis v. Rancourt defamation lawsuit case, which is funded on the plaintiff's side by the University of Ottawa.Basically, the defendant is asking the Court to define the process it may use to send the defendant to jail on September 25, 2014.The history of the case, in terms of filed court documents is here:http://rancourt.academicfreedom.ca/background/stlewislawsuit.htm...
Keywords: Justice Michel Charbonneau; Justice James McNamara; Denis Rancourt; Joanne St. Lewis; defamation law; contempt of court; jail; Ontario Superior Court of Justice
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[texts]Letters with Regional Senior Justice Re Contempt Hearing In St Lewis v Rancourt - Denis Rancourt
The file contains four (4) letters about the contempt-of-court procedure initiated by Justice Michel Charbonneau in June 2014 in Ottawa (Canada) against Dr. Denis Rancourt, the defendant in the civil defamation lawsuit St. Lewis v. Rancourt.The exchange was initiated by Rancourt asking for particulars and specifics about the contempt charge, and ended with an answer from Regional Senior Justice James McNamara.In the end, following several more steps, Justice Charbonneau ruled later that he cance...
Keywords: legal system; Ontario Superior Court of Justice; Denis Rancourt; Joanne St. Lewis; Justice Michel Charbonneau; Justice James McNamara; contempt of court; letters
[texts]The McNamara Case and the Labor Movement (Jan. 1912) - Eugene V. Debs (1855-1926)
The McNamara Case and the Labor Movement by Eugene V. Debs Published in International Socialist Review, vol. 12, no. 7 (Jan. 1912), pp. 397-401. In the aftermath of the guilty plea of John and Jim McNamara in the October 1910 bombing of the Los Angeles Times building, Socialist Party leader Gene Debs offers his assessment of the affair. Debs is scornful of Samuel Gompers and the American Federation of Labor for cravenly rushing to join the capitalists in condemning the activities of the McNamara...
Keywords: 1910 Los Angeles Times bombing; terrorism -- United States; trade unions; California history; Los Angeles history; John McNamara; J.J. McNamara; James McNamara; Jim McNamara; McNamara brothers, Socialism -- United States
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